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Will we need an EU Representative after Brexit?

After the transition period (*currently* 31st December 2020), UK companies that don’t have an EU presence but are doing business in the EU will need to appoint a representative. ...

Gill Austin & Crafty Counsel: top tips for remote working

LegalEdge’s Gill Austin chats with Ben White from Crafty Counsel about her working environment, her top tips on working remotely and how the current Coronavirus situation is impacting her ...

COVID-19: Financial Support for Businesses

The Chancellor has set out a package of temporary, timely and targeted measures to support public services, people and businesses through this period of disruption caused by COVID-19. Please ...

*IR35 Update: Extension to April 2021*

It has been announced that the planned IR35 tax reforms for April 2020 will now be delayed by one year to 6th April 2021 in an effort to protect the ...

Coronavirus (Covid-19) – sharing links to useful information for employers and employees

There’s lots of conflicting and out of date information out there at the moment regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. ACAS (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service – an independent public ...

Brexit – the starter for ten check list

Whilst we’re still waiting for further clarity around what Brexit will mean for SMEs, if you do business outside of the UK there are a few fundamental things you ...

Have you got a template for that?

(Or the sexier version) LET’S USE A PLATFORM instead of pesky expensive advisers!   We all use templates. (We have loads of them.) And they’re available online too, some ...

Protecting your brand: Trade Marks

You’ve worked hard to build your business and grow your brand but have you protected it? Here are our top 7 tips: Register a trade mark. This is key. ...

“Perspectives from New Law” with Crafty Counsel

We’re excited that LegalEdge’s Helen Goldberg has been involved in creating more brilliant content for Crafty Counsel, and this time for their valuable subscription content. Discussing ‘Resourcing options for ...

Why do we need a new cookie notice?

The ICO recently published new guidance on the use of cookies on websites.  The first question we’re all asking is why we need new guidance on the use of ...

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